Colin Coplin

Rookie - 4 Points (Australia)

Sweet Love I Desire - Poem by Colin Coplin

I’ll never tire, of loving you
You set me on fire, with things that you do
Sweet love I desire

Like a moth to a candle, or phoenix from the flames
Love grows stronger, with each passing day
The nights that we lay resting in each others arms
Re-ignites the forge and the fire, of sweet love I desire

I’ll never tire, of loving you
You set me on fire, with things that you do
Sweet love I desire

I went up to the mountain, wounded and afraid
Your smile held me breathless, as I stood by your flame
The words that we carved on the rocks in the sun
Now lie as pieces to a puzzle, to sweet love I desire

I’ll never tire, of loving you
You set me on fire, with things that you do
Sweet love I desire

Love is an ocean, the waves are it’s moods
Ever changing motion, that keeps us amused
I lie on a raft, looking up at the stars
Like Ulysses I chart a course, back to your love

I’ll never tire, of loving you
You set me on fire, with things that you do
Sweet love I desire

I stand here naked in the garden with you
Time has no meaning, it’s something we do
You led me down to pick fruit from the tree
Giving new meaning to all that I see

I’ll never tire, of loving you
You set me on fire, with things that you do
Sweet love I desire


Copyright Colin Coplin 2005 (updated 2010)


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 29, 2011



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